Every kitchen needs certain tools for everyday tasks.
Some of my favorite kitchen tools are wooden spoons, silpat mats, coarse graters, kitchen scissors, a variety of cutting boards, mixing bowls of various sizes, stainless steel whisks, sifters and strainers.
Most of these tools will last a lifetime, so it is important to choose wisely. I am certain that I have invested a great deal over the years on quality kitchenware. Recently, I was asked to review a kitchen strainer by Wholeness Home. I agreed to evaluate the product, and used it to clean pomegranates this past week.
The strainer is a nice 8 inch size and fits over a medium-sized bowl comfortably. It is not a heavyweight strainer, so could not be used to strain heavy products like pasta. Usually, something that heavy needs to be strained through a colander. However, this product is for light-weight straining, such as cleaning fruit, straining gravy, or straining other sauces to insure a fine texture without lumps. The size is nice and the product works as expected. I have several smaller strainers that I use for powdered sugar and dusting flour.
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